Fans of "The Bachelorette" were shaken by ABC's decision to announce two names ― Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson ― for next season of the reality series.
But its not just the viewers, even celebrities, including "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland and former Bachelorette contestants, were also upset with the new twist.
"Idk how I feel about this whole two bachelorette thing. Very uncomfortable. Maybe have the guys do that first? Instead of women competing," Hyland tweeted.
In a similar note, "The Bachelorette" season 9 winner Desiree Hartstock wrote, "Not going to lie.. I'm a bit confused by 2 bachelorettes. Put girls against each other!? Don't we already get enough of that."
Meanwhile, Sean Lowe and JP Rosenbaum stated that no one is happy with the idea of two bachelorettes.
While Lowe wrote, "No one in the Lowe house is happy about this whole two bachelorette thing. We better be watching you next season," Rosenbaum tweeted, "Anyone else wake up still completely annoyed about this two bachelorette thing?"
According to Catherine Lowe, she was shaken by "The Bachelorette" twist. "And in a matter of seconds, we are distracted by the happy ending to the show. Congrats again you two!" she wrote.
However, Andi Dorfman did not take any stand on ABC's decision. "I'm gonna keep my mouth shut right now ;) #TheBachelorettes," she tweeted adding, "I'm just going to be politically incorrect and mean no offense by this."
It remains to be seen how the new change will affect the reality series. ABC will premiere "The Bachelorette" season 11 on 18 May.